WNo tech company is willing to make any compromises in terms of portability. Faced with the global economic crisis, companies are trying to find sources of income in any way possible and make maximum use of existing income streams.
YouTube, the video streaming service, is preparing to take strict action against the customers who are hindering their income. YouTube is cracking down on customers who use ad blockers that block ads on the YouTube website.
The company’s recently introduced policy also includes provisions against the use of ad blockers. According to this, a notice will be given to those using the ad blocker asking them to suspend the ad blocker. If the user is not willing to stop the ad blockers despite various warnings like this, YouTube restrictions will start. That means the customer can watch only three videos at most. After that YouTube will block you from watching the videos.
But this is not a permanent ban and once the user gets rid of the ad blocker, they can immediately enjoy YouTube videos again. If you have difficulty viewing ads, YouTube requires you to purchase a premium subscription to YouTube. Otherwise consumers are bound to watch the ads.
The monthly premium rate for YouTube starts at Rs 129. Family subscription is Rs 179. Out of this five people can become members. Content creators are heavily incentivized by YouTube, where creators are paid from ad revenue and subscriptions. The company also earns revenue through content produced by creators. The company is preventing customers from manipulating the system.